The list features the year’s “100 Great Supply Chain Projects.”
This is the second time Elemica was selected.
Elemica, which works with companies including DuPont and Shell, was recognized for a substantial project with Syngenta, a global Swiss agribusiness. Syngenta used Elemica’s Supply Chain Operating Network to increase collaboration and automation across their extensive base of trading partners. This improved supply chain performance, reduced costs and strengthened customer and supplier relationships.
“In today’s challenging environment, the supply chain performance of our clients becomes the key to their ability to create and maintain a competitive edge,” said Rich Katz, CTO of Elemica.
“Elemica’s Supply Chain Operating Network not only gives Syngenta the ability to automate more business processes, increasing efficiencies and improving service levels as a result, but it now also becomes the foundation to their ability to deliver truly differentiated and individually tailored experience to their customers.”
Barry Hochfelder, editor of the magazine, said the featured projects are roadmaps for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to improve their businesses.
The 2014 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 are supply chain solution and service providers who have helped companies see measurable gains through cost-cutting and increased efficiency. Recipients will be featured in the cover story of the June 2014 issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive, as well as online.
Founded in 2000, Elemica today processes approximately $250 billion in annual transactions across more than 6,500 process industry trading partners. Elemica also has offices in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Frankfurt, London, Seoul, Singapore, and Tokyo. Other clients include BASF, BP, Continental, Dow Chemical Company, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, LANXESS, Michelin, Solvay, Sumitomo Chemical, and Wacker.